The Story Of Fuji Kindy
Mr Kazuaki Fujiwara had a goal of bridging the gap between Japan and Australia. He visited the United States of America, Canada and Australia to decide where it is he would like to build his business.
After much deliberation, with the beautiful weather and lifestyle Australia was chosen to be the place where Mr Fujiwara would fulfill his dream.
Kazuaki’s dream started building in 1991. Upon the completion of the building Mr and Mrs Fujiwara left everything behind in Japan and migrated to Australia.
Fuji International Kindergarten was the sister school of the kindergarten in Japan which Mr Fujiwara owned and managed for 10 years.
In 1992 Fuji International Kindergarten opened its doors with 3 classrooms catering for 72 children aged from 15 months to 6 years. In the coming years the popularity of Fuji Kindy grew and it was time to expand. In 1995 Fuji 2 and the Yuri room was added bringing the total of children being cared for up to 116 children. Finally in 2007 the Momo room was built.
Fuji International Kindergarten now has the capacity to care for 122 children aged between 6 weeks to 6 years offering 2 government approved Kindergarten programs that follow the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and the Queensland Kindergarten Learning Guide (QKLG).
Fuji International Kindergarten continues to evolve every day but still continues to demonstate our main value being inclusiveness and pride ourselves on our the "family like" environment.
"Bridging the gap
between Australia and Japan"